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  • P-ISSN0023-3900
  • E-ISSN2733-9343

The Settlement and Repatriation of Koreans in Northeast China after Liberation

Korea Journal, (P)0023-3900; (E)2733-9343
2004, v.44 no.4, pp.85-110
(延邊大學)
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Abstract

After the Liberation, the Northeast region was divided into the Guomindangs reclaimed area and the CPCs liberated area. At first Guomindang treated Koreans as overseas Koreans and confiscated or seized their assets. They also repatriated Koreans living below 38 degrees north latitude. As a result, some 100,000 Koreans in the Guomindang occupied area either returned to Korea or moved to the liberated area under CPC control. On the other hand, the Communist Party of Chinas double nationality policy and the land policy, which was based on the nationality policy, received major support and collaboration from most Koreans. Subsequently, the Koreans actively participated in building the CPC basis in the Northeast during the Third Revolutionary Civil War, and hundreds of thousands of Koreans decided to stay in China instead of returning to Korea.

keywords
Guomindang Communist Party of China (CPC) return repatriation settlement reclaimed area liberated area Northeast Korean Office Guomindang Communist Party of China (CPC) return repatriation settlement reclaimed area liberated area Northeast Korean Office

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